Cat & Dog Surgery in Granville
Addressing All Types of Animal Surgical Needs
At Granville Small Animal Hospital, we have the training and experience to handle a wide range of veterinary surgical procedures. Our veterinarians are highly skilled in conducting safe and effective procedures on all types of companion animals. We always focus on the overall safety, comfort, and well-being of our highly valued patients, and our entire team strives to provide truly exceptional service to our clients.
If your pet has been referred for surgery, you can rest assured that he or she is in good hands with Granville Small Animal Hospital. We always screen all our patients prior to surgery in order to assess their health and protect their safety.
Surgeries & Procedures We Perform
We are proud to employ a fully trained veterinary and technical staff, and we have a board-certified animal surgeon who is available to meet with you for a pre-procedure consultation.
We routinely perform the following veterinary surgeries:
- Sterilization (spay and neuter)
- Removal of tumors and growths
- Repair of fractured bones
- Surgery for traumatic injuries
- Dental surgeries
- Removal of foreign objects
- Torn ACL repair, hip dysplasia surgery, and other orthopedic procedures
- Ophthalmologic procedures
- Elective surgeries
As previously mentioned, all patients are thoroughly screened to ensure their safety. This typically involves comprehensive bloodwork, testing, and analysis. We also provide intensive post-operative treatment and care to help ensure your pet’s fully recovery and ongoing health.
Utilizing State-of-the-Art Technology
Your pet’s comfort and safety are just as important to us as their health. As such, we utilize state-of-the-art surgical technology and procedures, and we always carefully monitor our patients before, during, and after any procedure.
Our Granville veterinary surgeons and technical staff help ensure our patients’ comfort by using heated surgery tables. Additionally, they carefully monitor each patient’s EKG, pulse oximeter, respiration monitor, and blood pressure—among other important vital signs—during surgery.
Contact Us to Learn More
We understand that you care deeply for your pet—we care deeply for them, as well! We also realize that your pet undergoing surgery can be very stressful. Because of this, we are more than happy to answer your questions and discuss any concerns you may have. Our experienced veterinarians can provide you with various options, as well as professional recommendations regarding the best course of action for your unique pet.
“Words can't explain the happiness!”- Brittany M.
“My pets have always been treated like family here!”- Sheryl A.
“We know he is warm safe and loved!”- Jodi L.